Category Archive: Food and Cooking

I made potato salad for a lot less than $60,000

  I have table-flipping-She-Hulk rage over that dude who raised at least $60,000 to make a damn potato salad. There was a 3 day period where I may have needed a trigger warning… Continue reading

Lunchtime Links: how to grow beets, a retractable window garden, and an online map for freegans

Here’s today’s things…. how to grow beets, with brian campbell. It turns out I’m no Dwight Schrute when it comes to beet growing so I really appreciated that. This is only the second… Continue reading

Lunchtime Links: 20 Protein-Packed Black Bean Recipes, tomato-growing tips, and Tarbuj Ka Chutney

Lunchy links. Writing this as I’m eating leftover tabouleh and fish. Yum 20 Protein-Packed Black Bean Recipes | Brit + Co..   Good tomato growing tips for you newbies out there.   Tabuj… Continue reading

Lunchtime Links: Fire Escape Gardening, using Garlic Mustard Greens, and dealing with canned tomatoes

Some good things to pass along today.   Link→  17 Tips For Starting Your Own Herb Garden. These are all great tips for small space gardening. The tip about buying seedlings versus seeds…might… Continue reading

Lunchtime Links: Food Stamp enrollment declining,freezing food safely…. + + +

Hey, this might be good news? Enrollment in SNAP has started to drop. (But in the back of my mind, I’m thinking about how GOP reps wanting to emulate California’s success in discouraging… Continue reading

Lunchtime Links: An app that helps you track down restaurant & grocery store leftovers and a Garden to Cafeteria program in Oakland

foodish things for today… A new app is coming this fall that lets users buy surplus food from grocery stores and restaurants at a discount. Supermarkets and restaurants will put their excess food inventory… Continue reading

Lunchtime Links: Stamp Out Hunger, lots of lentil recipes, and another study confirms stuff we know

My laptop is back. Thank the techy gods for buyer’s protection plans. They replaced the screen and it’s as good as new now. So, back to things like Lunchtime Links! Tomorrow is the… Continue reading

Ode to Quesadillas

  I can pretty much put leftovers in a quesadilla and they’re going to be awesome. We eat a lot of things in tortillas that are quesadilla-ish because 1) tortillas are cheap; 2.… Continue reading

Lunchtime Links: 16 ways to eat dandelion greens, homemade ramen?, and impromptu meal “planning”

Everything food related for today…   Hell,yes, DANDELIONS. I may have mentioned this already(?) but I’ve been studying to become a certified herbalist. Herbalists love dandelions. They’re great for cleaning toxins from your… Continue reading

Lunchtime Links: Recipes for Novice Canners and FREE Non-GMO SEEDS!

Today’s round-up of food things. Recipes for the Novice Canner  -the simplest ones to start with, with tips for beginners | via Attainable Sustainable  7 Common Kitchen Disasters and How To Avoid Them – Because… Continue reading